A new multidisciplinary project examines how Israeli settlements, a burgeoning neoliberal economy and loss of traditional heritage is quickly transforming Palestine’s landscapes and public spaces. Read more about Transformation of Palestinian landscape focus of Designing Civic Encounter project
Israel’s illegal acts of resource pillaging in the occupied West Bank are “benefitting” the Palestinian population, according to the Israeli high court. Read more about Stealing Palestine's resources is illegal, despite Israeli court ruling
By not dealing with the root causes of the unjust system in Israel, the Israeli social movement wishes to make things less unjust rather than to change the system and the regime. Read more about A Palestinian political prisoner's take on Israel's protest movement
How do the ongoing protests in Tel Aviv relate to the larger regional turmoil? What do the protests say about the current state of Zionism, and what do they mean for the occupation of Palestine? Read more about In Tel Aviv, an Arab Spring that ignores the Arabs
How Israel jumped on George Bush’s bandwagon. Read more about "Sacred" 9/11 and the shock doctrine in Palestine
International aid donors are using Palestine as a laboratory for a neo-liberal economic experiment. Read more about Donors help keep Palestinians in cages
Since the start of the Arab uprisings in January, Palestinians have been hotly debating how they can break out of their own political impasse and rebuild their national movement. Read more about Where is the Palestinian Tahrir Square?
One of the big lies that the peace process industry has been telling for the past few years is of an economic boom in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, brought about by the supposedly competent, technocratic rule of the handpicked, US-backed “prime minister” Salam Fayyad and the Palestinian Authority. Read more about Busting the myth of the West Bank "economic boom"
If a Palestinian “state” ever comes into existence, what kind of “state” will it be? Here’s a clue: it will be a state, governed by, of and for rich and powerful businessmen. Read more about The PA and the privatization of Palestine
Bashar Masri, the Palestinian businessman and CEO of the company that is developing the Rawabi luxury real estate project in the occupied West Bank, appears to be actively helping Israel deepen its hold on the Palestinian economy despite his earlier claims that he is trying to help end this relationship. Ali Abunimah reports. Read more about Rawabi developer Masri helps deepen Israel's grip on West Bank